Dr. Herbert Freeman was born in New York City, NY. He began lifting weights as a teenager and by the time he was 20, he was a nationally ranked weightlifter.
In the early 1950s, he moved to Los Angeles and began to wrestle professionally at nights as a way to support his Olympic weight-lifting aspirations. It was during a wrestling match that he sustained a serious injury to his neck, for which he was unable to find any help medically. Eventually, he saw a chiropractor who was able to help him, and this sparked his interest in becoming a Chiropractor.
Dr. Freeman graduated summa cum laude from Western States College of Chiropractic in 1964. Since then, he has studied with every major teacher of Chiropractic procedures.
He has taken post-graduate work in instrument analysis from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He developed the ArthroStim™ Instrument, and pioneered in controlled-force-adjusting-techniques.
Dr. Freeman has lectured at the post graduate level on Chiropractic Technique, and Chiropractic History. He has spoken at Chiropractic Colleges and to the profession all over the United States.
Dr. Freeman has won national awards for his pre- and post-x-ray results, demonstrating corrections in the human spine. He currently teaches advanced classes in spinal correction to the profession.
Dr. Freeman has had a life long interest in health, exercise and nutrition. As a young man, he was a nationally ranked weightlifter, and today he exercises daily for an hour in his own personally designed gym. He designed his exercise equipment using his knowledge of body mechanics. As an active athlete, he has a thorough understanding of injuries and their prevention and correction. He has instructed patients on exercise in his personal gym, and counsels them on nutrition and supplements.